An incident that occurred last weekend has left the future of one member of the UT-San Antonio football program up in the air.
According to multiple media outlets, running back CheRod Simpson was arrested last Friday night and hit with multiple charges. Those charges include resisting arrest, criminal trespass, public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
KABB-TV writes that the player was arrested “after allegedly getting aggressive with police while trespassing at the Aspen Heights Apartments near the UTSA campus.”
Simpson’s father, 53-year-old Rodney Simpson, was arrested in the incident as well, which involved a pool and a pair of off-duty San Antonio police officers working security at the apartment complex.
“We are aware of the matter regarding one of our football student-athletes and will address it accordingly, based on a full review of the incident,” UTSA head coach Larry Coker said in a statement.
In 2012, Simpson rushed for 78 yards on 22 carries. He’s played in 22 games the past two seasons for the Roadrunners, which made the jump to the FBS level last season. UTSA will move from the football-defunct WAC to Conference USA in 2013.